The size of this church is testimony to the importance of the village of Durro in the Middle Ages. Particularly of note are the large dimensions of the nave, the bell-tower, carved portal and porch .
The Romanesque church was renovated on several occasions between the 16th and the 18th century. These transformations provided the church with new areas, such as the two Gothic chapels and the Baroque sacristy .
Inside the church is the Romanesque image of Nicodemus that originally formed part of a scene from the Descent from the Cross.